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Equifax has reported a data breach that could affect up-to 143 million people. According to reports, hackers may have accessed personal details including names, social security numbers, credit card numbers, and other personal documents.
The best response to this hack, and others like it, is to take action to protect your personal information and accounts. Here’s a list of steps you can take:
Find out if you’re a victim of the Equifax breach.
If you notice fraudulent account activity and believe you’re a victim of identity theft, contact us at 1-800-761-2400, option 0.
Sign-up for free services designed to help you monitor and manage your accounts.
If you’d like more information about the above services, or if you’d like help enrolling, feel free to reach out to us. Your security is our priority, and we’re here to help any way we can.
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